This is how you catch the bus to the office, in retirement.
This is how you catch the bus to the office, in retirement.
Start planning early, and end happy !
You can be offered truckloads of advise, but in the end it’s up to you.
Visit after visit and finally a plan that came in on budget, they still can’t make the move to live their retirement dream.
There will be no long story to explain the problem, it’s the fear of living the dream as you think up every possible excuse not to live your dream retirement.
Don’t wait to die because you are afraid to live !!!
All he wanted was a dignified retirement… a little comfort and respect after a lifetime of hard work.
Here’s what he got:
A gorgeous condo with a fantastic ocean view. A doorman who takes care of everything and a maid who keeps the place clean and does the laundry. Fabulous meals at the city’s best restaurants.
Freebies. Discounts. Special treatment everywhere.
And never a minute spent waiting in line… anywhere.
Thanks to Panama’s Pensionado Program, he says
“I’m living like a celebrity!”
Is this life possible ?
From International Living
“Net Neutrality” is the simple but powerful principle that cable and broadband providers must treat all internet traffic equally. Whether you’re loading a blog post on WordPress.com, streaming House of Cards on Netflix, or browsing handcrafted tea cozies on Etsy, your internet provider can’t degrade your connection speed, block sites, or charge a toll based on the content that you’re viewing.
Net neutrality has defined the internet since its inception, and it’s hard to argue with the results: the internet is the most powerful engine of economic growth and free expression in history. Most importantly, the open internet is characterized by companies, products, and ideas that survive or fail depending on their own merit — not on whether they have preferred deals in place with a broadband service provider. Unfortunately, the principle of net neutrality, and the open internet that we know and love, is under attack.
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It’s great getting feedback. But so many want to hit the big payoff too soon, building any type of organisation, service, or business takes time and patients which will allow you to correct problems before they become problems.
The fox said to the chicken. Don’t be afraid, I just want to play. The chicken replied, don’t be surprised I just need to run.
People don’t need you to help them walk and talk, but if delivered as a service that is a service, and not an individual peddling possibilities. The reaction is as I explained in my email replies, by doing it as part of an expanding networking group, exchanging ideas, cultural experiences and group adventures. The result is a win towards a growing consistent financial payoff.
Play honest and win today and tomorrow !
Many people enjoy discovering and learning about others. This is why walking for health with a bonus of conversation while adding new members to your group, and as it grows create subgroups with interchanging interest that make it a happy event weekly.
Pricing is very important, it must be the same for all and it cannot feel unreasonable or not worth the amount. We believe we got it (thank you Wendy and Jose) twenty seven dollars and seventeen cents(27.17$) every two weeks each walking member, plus divided equal charges for any special events. The most successful added event which does not require the group to pool money but just make sandwiches, has been what we call the potluck sandwich picnic.
It’s a people thing, if you can smile, be yourself and open your mind to other opinions you create an atmosphere of joy that invite many seeking happy moments which evolve weekly into new walking conversations and events. Starting right is the trick, this horse does not allow you back on if you start wrong. We learned from each other as we experimented with friends of friends to understand what makes some trust what you are offering as something worth paying for. If you believe you are ready to explore a new adventure and add some coin to your bank account drop us an email or comment.
Warning: We are new at this, so lets grow and learn together.
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